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FEBRUARY 6, 1962 Pubiuh»d By PuWtshlnfl Ce,, MRS. JANICi STU6KI New* Idltar 1962 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Februai-y Pre School Round-Up At Sentral Set March 5 Fenton — The Sentral Community School announced' last week that the spring Kindergarten Round-Up for the Sentral school system is to be held on Monday, March 5, at 8 p.m. at the high school building. The present regulation of the Board of Education regarding the entrance age is that a child must be 5 years of age by September 15 to enroll in kindergarten. . Registration materials are being sent out to all the parents of prospective kindergarten children this fall who were residents of the Sentral district at the time of the last school census. However, if you were overlooked or moved into the district since the last census and you have a child who should register please call the school office, Fenton 69, and you will be sent the necessary registration materials. 1962 Sentral School Annuals are now on sale. The annuals which are delivered in the fall cost $3.00. If you are interested in purchasing an annual contact Virgean Bierstedt, Barbara Wehrspann, Francis Lieb or Trudy Huskamp. Sentral Girls basketball team will play Ringsted girls in the Sectional Tournament at Armstrong Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Alfred Meyers, Whittemore were February 2 evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt. The dinner was in honor of McFalls birthday. . Mrs. Burnett Heine entertained a number of her son Larry's friends in honor of his first birthday Thursday afternoon. Guests were Vickie Bier, Scott Krause, Kenneth and James Priebe, Julie and Jeff Stucki and their mothers. Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. E. CEDAR SHAKES NEED PAINTING? Here's How to • iniPtitWa *» to d> Edp Greatest kmotn *n At Tte« tart angi pott <• 0» txfefe Ops to am ft* afaa. fepesfed itekn an Mcoa* (ft and make Mm tike & ta. r* iqnefa < « tod» to flar COMING - "HOME IMPROVEMENT CLINIC" OPEN HOUSE, SAT., MARCH 10 WITH TREATS, COFFEE, DOUGHNUTS. FENTON LUMBER CO. W. Ruske, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber attended a Republican Womens membership tea in Algona Feb. 6. The state membership chairman, Mrs. Mary Louise Smith spoke. Merle nnd Barbara Halverson both students at Lutheran Bible Institute in Minneapolis, spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson. Juanita Klingl and Noel Westlind of Minneapolis were also guests in the Halverson home. The Halver- sons, Miss Klingl and Westlind were all Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber 1T1I • «»i« *i»" ••>• ~tf left last Monday for a three week western vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye are staying with the three Kerber children, Kenny, Lyn and Owen. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were Sunday, Feb. 4 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olsen in Spen- CGI*. Mrs. Elizabeth Theesfield was admitted to Holy Family hospital in Estherville Feb. 5 for an ulcer condition. When released she will stay with her son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield in Fairmont, Minn. Depew Friendship Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, hostess. Mrs. Ernest Berkland led the devotions and Mrs. Louie Egenur presented the lesson. Mrs. Paul Zumach was a guest. Sunday, Feb. 4 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland and family, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huskamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Tuesday evening visitors in the Stanley Jensen home at Ringsted. Mrs. Burnett Heine and Mrs. Kenneth Krause entertained at a 86th Birthday Brings Honors For Mrs. Dreyer Fenton — Tuesday evening, Jan. 30, Mrs. E. H. Dreyer showed slides of her trip to Europe at a birthday party for Mrs. Will Dreyer and her son-in-law Art Krause at the Krause home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs/Robert Krause and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania. Thursday, Feb. 1 Mrs. .Will Dreyer celebrated her 86th birthday with her daughter Mrs. Richard Hengel and three of Mrs. HengePs daughters, Mrs. Ronald Boeck and Cindy, Mrs. Lyle Poulsen and David and Mrs. Derwood Voigt and Kathi. All but Mrs. Voigt are from Amboy, Minn. Mrs. Dreyer suffered a broken hip about a year and a half ago but has completely recovered and .uses a cane only when out of doors. She keeps busy with all kinds of sewing and presently is making braided rugs. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hantelman Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Debbie. The dinner was in honor of Hantelman's birthday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine Thursday evening in honor of Larry's first birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and amity. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz vis- ted from Sunday until Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Gramenz' >rother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. _'red Kerstein and her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson in Clinton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe accom panied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me- Farewell And Welcome For Seneca Pastor Seneca — The Blakjer Congregation honored Pastor Oliver Johnson and his family at a farewell dinner Feb. parlors. The 4, 'at dinner the was church also a of the male gencter. Hu$kamf> subscribes to a magazine entitled "Pig Farming", published in Eng* land and it states that the English record is 14 boars from one sow, but he isn't sure what the U. S. national record is. Fettton — Mrs. Kalph Weisbrod left Feb. 1 for Wadsworth, Ohio, to get acquainted with her granddaughter Kelly Lynn fiigler who was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Eigler, Jan. 13. Enroute she visited her sisters in Chicago and Hammond, Indiana. Fcnton — tfhe Fentori Progres- sors 4-H club held its annual Dad's Night Pancake supper at the Lone Rock school. Each member invited his dad. Robert Johnson, Algona, showed a film entitled "Family coffee party Saturday afternoon, Feb. 3, at the Heine residence in honor of Mrs. Ronald Bier and her daughter Vickie Lynn. Guests were former classmates, Mrs. Darwin Koepke, Greg and Scott, Burt, Mrs. Jerry Waite and Tamera, Manhattan, Kansas, Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Debbie and Mrs Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff Mrs. Bier and Vickie left Fenton Sunday and after a short visit witl her sister and husband,. Mr. anc Mrs. Harley Kooker near Des Moines, they will fly to San Fran cisco to visit her husband's family. Airman Bier will return from Turkey to the United States in a few weeks and after a month leave they will move to New York state where he is being stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and sons, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania helped Mrs. Dorothy Larsen celebrate her birthday in Ruthven Sunday, Feb. 5. Mrs. Larsen is Mrs. Ernest Berkland's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz visited Sunday, Feb. 4, with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schwartz at Rockwell City. Mr. ami Mrs. Merle Voigt ami family were Wednesday evening Feb. 7 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Mrs. Ernest Vottelcr had The Thursday afternoon bridge club Thursday. Prize winners were Mrs Amos Finnestad, high, Mrs. E. H Dreyer, low and Mrs. E. K. John son low. The Fenton Methodist Yout Fellowship held a vesper servic for residents of Friendship Have in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. Fall to Alden, Minn. Sunday, Feb. 4th. They visited with Mrs. Wolfe and McFall's sister Mrs. Jennie Armstrong and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Art Armstrong. St. John's Ladies Aid In Session Fenton — St. John's Lutheran Ladies"-Aid met Wednesday afternoon. Rev. W. H. Friedrich led the devotions and topic. After the lesson he gave the ladies a written quiz. Mrs. Martin Klus, the widow of a Lutheran pastor from Darner spoke and showed slides : the Lutheran Womens Mission- ry League convention she at- ended last July in Philadelphia. Mrs. Klaus represented the Alona Zone of the West Iowa Dis- ict of the Missouri Synod. During IB business meeting tsvo projects j be voted on at the spring rally t St. John's in Burt were discus- ed. Hostessfes were Mrs. Olaf Norand, Mrs. Ernest Mueller and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller and guests were Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Frieda Siems. welcome courtesy for Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Hansen of St. Paul's Congregation of Ringsted, who will take over parish duties performed by Rev. Johnson. 'Henry Looft, chairman of the Blakjer Congregation, was master of ceremonies. Devotions were presented by Melvin Bratrud after which Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Mrs. Linus Jensen presented a vocal duet. Mrs. Amey Cherland gave a readirig and Mrs. Ted Jensen presented a musical number on a saw. Pastor and Mrs. Hansen were welcomed by the congregation and the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson were presented with a farewell gift Ted Jensen entertained the group with movies taken at various imes of church activities. Rev. Oliver Johnson, who is pas- or of St. John's Congregation, Cyl- nder, has served the Blakjer Congregation as pastoral advisor since last spring. The local congregation will now have Rev. Hanson of Ringsted as full time jastor in conjunction with the St. Paul's Congregation, Ringsted. Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston are the parents of a seven pound, ten ounce girl born Friday, Feb. 2 at Estherville. The little miss will be named Lu Ann Lynne. She has four brothers. The arrival of Lu Ann Lynne made Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen grandparents of their thirteenth granddaughter. They also have thirteen grandsons. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston are the paternal grandparents. 11 In Sow's Litter May Be Record Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, who farm three miles northwest of Fenton, were quite surprised recently when one o; their purebred Yorkshire sows d a litter of eleven pigs — all CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividend» Sweetheart Dance Fenton — The Sentral high school juniors presented a Sweet heart Dance Saturday evening Feb. 10 in the Sentral high schoo library. The semi-formal dance lasted from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m and was enthusiastically enjoyed by all. If it's true that a fool and his money are soon parted — then tell us how they got together in the first place? W FELCO SWEET PIG STARTER GIVES A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Felco Sweet Pig Starter b new this year. Little pigs really go for it because it's sweetened with «ugar. And it's a pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oats and a high level, of antibiotics to keep pigs healthy right from the start. Begin with New Felco Sweet Pig Starter ioi «^ i more successful tog feeding program^--— [CONTACT.,,; FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA Home Owned — Home Managed FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1961 January 1, 1961 ihrough December 31, 1961 RECEIP ? rAS X OFFICE Receipts Receipts . General . Street . Government 133U.4!) 40.24 20.00 iufl.50 OTHER Receipts Rccieatiun -,- -.• •Debt Service (Except Utilities.!i - B. Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) .. 1. Road Usu Tax Tr.lal 1851.07 4110.05 1U85.05 1U3I.47 1014.87 3715.75 202. !(7 16!l3l)'50 Salaries and Wages Capital Other Outlay Expenditures Total Government 3. Public Salety 4. Sanitation - ,, R nn C. Recreation ------ 340 -°° 7. Debt Service (Except Utilities) 8. Trust and Agency < Except•Utilities) ... GRAND TOTAL DISBURSEMENT CASH STATEMENT City or Town Cleric i (Do Not Include Utilities) Balance on Hand — January 1, 1UB1 * 4536.52 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31, 1961 —- \°»%>-™ Total to Account for 12393.98 Total Expenditures for Year Ending December 31. 1961 - 16154.99 Add — Warrants Outstanding January 1, 1961 1635399 Deduct — "Waffants'Outstandlng December 31. 1961 110.50 Total Deductions from Total to Account for — 16243.49 Balance on Hand — , December 31, 1961 ----- ? 3849.51 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS DECEMBER 31. 1961 (Do Not Include General Bonds — ' Total - 30.07 3247.33 1471.65 1530.27 1211.22 3BOO.OO 135U.5U 4GIJ1.0U 321!) .08 1530.27 1557.22 3600.00 230.77 16154.99 Sn .00 JANUARY 1. 1»SO Class of Property: Real Property -- ----- ....... * Personal Property ---- ...... Railroad Property ----- ----Telephone. Telegraph and Express Companies 1,30 Utilities, Including Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines 17,51)6 Total Except Monies and Credits $666,16 Total Monies and Credits 126.53 Total Valuation of All Property $ 803,31 REPORT OF UTILITIES 1961 RECEIPTS: Water Work Sale of Water or Electricity $ 2858.2 Other Receipts 1892 Total Receipts, 1961 3047.4 EXPENDITURES: Operation 2512.20 Outlay — New Improvements: Extensions 1M9.47 Other Expenditures: Total Expenditures 1961 - $ 4421.67 REPORT OF UTILITIES CASH STATEMENT Balance on Hand — January 1, 1961 --- $19292.76 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31. 1961 3047.42 Total to Account for $22340.18 Total Expenditures for Year Ending December 31, 1961 „$ 4421.67 Add '— Warrants Outstanding January 1, 1961 Total ..$ 4421.67 Balance on Hand — December 31. 1961 $17918,51 Only $6.59 gallon With this All-American Favorite SUPER'KEM-TONE IATEX WAU PAINT jfy amazing ... 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